The next ASTT Roadshow will start in Brisbane tomorrow, and then the Roadshow will head to Adelaide on 14-15 May. Tickets are selling fast for both courses, but limited spaces are still available.
Day one of the course focused on new installations, and participants have said the material that course leader Blair Telfer covered was new, engaging and of great interest.
Participants enjoyed the lively and informative discussion of case studies with Mr Telfer that took place during breaks between sessions.
The day two of the course will cover the rehabilitation of existing infrastructure.Article continues below…
A number of participants involved in rehabilitation have said they are particularly excited for day two due to its relevance, however, at the same time have said to have found day one highly beneficial.
Events Co-ordinator Cheyne Brudenell said a diverse range of participants attended.
“Some attendees have been in the sector for many years, some are new engineers still studying and some are completely new to the industry,” Ms Brudenell said.
Spots for the Adelaide Roadshow are filling fast, so click here to secure your place.
At the ASTT Roadshow 2012 you will learn about infrastructure rehabilitation techniques that have:
- Minimal social impact from reduced traffic delays
- Less environmental damage
- Greatly reduced OH&S risks due to fewer open excavations
- Have greater long term cost-savings for your organisation.
Valued at $1,600, you can register for only $330, as the Australasian Society of Trenchless Technology is subsidising registrations in order to provide this essential training to councils.